Central Insurance

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May Our Flag Forever Wave

In respect to our National Observance of Flag Day, there’s a flurry of thoughts and ideas that come to mind as I think about what our nation’s flag has meant to me and continues to mean to me, both as…

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A Leadership Formula for Success

I recently attended a one-day leadership conference with a focus on how taking care of yourself could be the key to being an effective leader.  The speakers discussed how to handle stress, the importance of rest and exercise, and how…

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Enterprise Risk Management: An Alternative Approach to Managing Risk

One of the core concepts of insurance is risk management. The Institutes define risk management as “the process of making and implementing decisions that will minimize the adverse effects of accidental losses on an organization.”[i] Insurance professionals regularly use risk…

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The Value of Servant Leadership

While putting myself through college many years ago, I worked as a server in a couple of casual dining restaurants. Except for the occasional patron that “forgot” to leave a tip and the long odd hours, I loved that job!…

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The Regtech Revolution: Using Technology to Improve Insurance Regulatory Outcomes

In a previous article, I talked about the InsurTech movement. That is, start-up companies developing technology solutions for insurance companies. One place insurance companies need help with is complying with new regulatory requirements. One branch of InsurTech that is working…

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Protect Yourself from Tax Refund Fraud

For many people, knowing a tax refund is on the way can be a big relief, an exciting treat, or both. And the sooner the refund arrives the better. For victims of tax identity theft, however, the wait can drag…

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A New Dream Turned Into a Career

I spent my entire childhood dreaming of one day becoming an attorney. I worked towards this goal all through high school and even entered college with the same dream. It wasn’t until my junior year in college when I took…

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Writing a Winning Resume

When you apply for a job, your resume is the first thing employers see.  A well-written resume will help you get selected for an interview. Here are some tips to keep in mind when creating your resume and cover letter:

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This is Jazmine, How Can I Help You?

Less than a year ago, I was receiving a notice from my previous job stating that my branch was closing down. Like all of my coworkers, I was panicking and doing the math to calculate how long I would be…

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Preventing the Flu Starts With You

With flu season in full swing, many of us are taking extra precautions to be sure we don’t catch it and to help prevent it from spreading.  Some of the most common precautions include avoiding contamination, washing your hands, and…

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